NUCLEAR INDUSTRY LOBBYING IN THE USA
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NUCLEAR INDUSTRY LOBBYING IN THE USA
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Sergey Kostyayev 
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109-118
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The article is devoted to the analysis of nuclear industry’s role in the formation of public policy in nuclear energy. Noteworthy is great diversity of decision making process participants: although business is a dominant force, the power of local authorities, civic and academic organizations should not be underestimated.
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lobbying, business, authorities, science, nuclear energy, budget process, civic society
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11.03.2014
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